Collection: WARREN COOKE

Warren Cooke is based in Balnarring, Mornington Peninsula. He is a committed recreational surfer and sailer and his work pays close attention to the coastal character and conditions of Warn-mar-in / Westernport Bay. Atmospheric and painterly in their multitude of layers, Cooke’s works on paper capture the intersections of land, sky and sea.

Cooke graduated in 1994 from the Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne University, majoring in printmaking. He has had multiple solo and group exhibitions with highlights being Benalla Regional Art Gallery, Fremantle Print Prize finalist, Burnie Print Prize finalist, CPM National Print Awards and Silk Cut finalist. His works are held in private and public collections in Australia and overseas.

Convergence 2019
Earthly Traces 2016


12 products
  • Land and Sea #37 (Manton Creek dusk)
  • Land and Sea #34 (Tortoise Head, French Island)
  • I knew them once then they left (South West side of Balnarring)
  • Sometimes the signals are hard to decipher (Pt. Leo yacht club)
  • I had my fingers crossed (Balnarring towards Flinders)
  • I had my fingers crossed (Carrickalinga)
  • Whispers of the unheard (Elizabeth Island)
  • Land and sea #36 (Flinders Bight, two trees)
  • Land and Sea #35 (South of Dreamies)
  • Land and sea #33 (Stormy Merricks)
  • Need I go back?
  • I'll be just here